Monday 31 January 2011

Toyota unveils 60th Anniversary Land Cruiser, introduces new 3dr model (UK)

It’s been 60 years since Toyota launched the Land Cruiser SUV. To celebrate this landmark, Toyota is releasing a special edition ‘60th Anniversary’ trim-level on both the regular Land Cruiser and the V8 model.

The regular Land Cruiser is powered by the same 3.0 D4-D diesel engine, but is now Euro5 compliant.

The Land Cruiser 60th Anniversary replaces the outgoing flagship LC5 grade and features 18” alloy wheels, privacy glass, leather interior w/electrically adjustable and heated front seats, tri-zone climate control, rain-sensing wipers w/dusk sensor, front and rear parking sensors w/rear-view camera, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, HDD satellite navigation system w/17 speaker JBL surround sound, chrome front fog light surrounds, chrome exhaust pipe, and bespoke badging and mats. This will start at £49,950.

The V8 60th Anniversary model starts at £61,950 and adds black leather interior, rear cabin entertainment system, chrome side trims, and 60th Anniversary badging, in addition to standard specification like DAB digital radio, 20” alloy wheels, 6 disk DVD autochanger, and 14 speaker JBL surround sound system.

The 3dr model arrives in entry-level LC3 guise and is equipped with 17” alloy wheels, 6 speed manual, climate control, keyless entry and start, Bluetooth, and front fog lamps. This is priced at £30,395.

To date more than five million Land Cruiser models have been sold in 188 different countries and regions worldwide.

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